Grad Dip AICD
Digitally enhanced general practice and integrated person-centred care to optimise management of acute and chronic diseases and promote health and safety and quality of care of individuals. Digital information collected as part of routine health care can and should be quality assessed and used to personalise care as well as guide evidence-based policy and population health. Interoperability and quality of digital data and tools working off a standards-based enterprise architecture and service platform is a fundamental requirement to harness digital technologies for individual and population health. Digitalisation should consider ethical, legal and sociotechnical issues.
Broad Research Areas:
Health Informatics, Ethics, Primary Health Care, Clinical Research, Cross-cultural Health, Indigenous Health, Population Health
Society Memberships & Professional Activities:
Fellow, Royal Australian College of General Practice, Foundation Fellow, Australian College of Health Informatics, International Fellow (elected) American College of Medical Informatics
Specific Research Keywords:
General practice, Primary Health Care, Integrated care, Clinical Informatics, Safety, Quality, Translational Research, Clinical Decision Making, Cross-cultural health, Indigenous Health
1. "Digital health maturity and Capacity building" with WHO HQ (Geneva), WHO WPRO (Manila) and WHO Department of Pacific Support (Fiji).
2. NHMRC Partnership Grant "Unifying and quality assuring disparate digital data sets through a common data model" with NPS MedicineWise, GP Synergy, Central & Eastern PHN and South Western Sydney LHD.
Digital health maturity of organisations and individuals (competencies)
Quality and interoperability of digital data and tools
Digital Global Health and Digital health diplomacy
Digital public goods
Universal Health Coverage and Sustainable Development Goals
Capacity building, training and education in health informatics